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Parents Guide for
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A naked man is covered in paint and rolls around on paper, he is later seen "trapped" and yells "HELP". This is non-sexual and it's hard to distinguish his private parts from the rest of him.

A man in his underwear has a "bulge" (briefly seen)

A character asks a woman if she makes porn in her house and later propositions her.

a little bit of blood on a finger that was stuck in an ear after a character hears a loud noise.

a few instances of F*ck, other profanity includes: Sh*tty and whoring. Moderate profanity sprinkled throughout.

Some very light social drinking and smoking.

Innocent people are sometimes "attacked" by the terrorist's music making activities, but no one is ever really hurt or anything, it's all fairly silly and innocent.

Although the actual acts of terror are music based, they do refer to them as bombs and such.


MPAA:
Rated R for language and some brief nudity

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